byCampbell, Elizabeth A. (Elizabeth Anderson); Bock, William Sauts, 1939- ill
Recounts how England's first attempts to colonize Virginia resulted in the mystery of the lost colony of Roanoke Island, still unsolved after three hundred years Topics: Roanoke Colony -- Juvenile literature, Roanoke Island (N.C.) -- History -- Juvenile literature,...
bySilver, Larry B; National Institute of Dyslexia (U.S.)
Based on a conference held Jan. 1988 in Washington, D.C. sponsored by TRI-Services' National Institute of Dyslexia Topics: Learning disabilities, Learning disabled children, Apprentissage, Troubles de l', Enfants en...
Marilyn French has written an extraordinary novel about four sisters who come to terms with the haunting past they share - opening up, discovering themselves and one another for the first time. Their father, the rich and powerful Stephen Upton, lies in the hospital following a stroke. His four daughters - each born of a different mother and ranging widely in age - are estranged from one another. Gathered in Upton's country mansion, awaiting his recovery - or death - they eye one another... Topics: Fathers and daughters, Sisters, Women
Two Face and The Riddler team up to destroy their mutual enemies, Batman and Bruce Wayne, while using a mind control device on Gotham City's residents Topics: Batman (Fictitious character), Batman (Fictitious character), English fiction, United States